Good pho, slow service.
Terrible!! My family and I ate there two days ago and the food was old and dry. Everything was cold and and rubbery. The day after we dined there, my daughter and I got sick.
My family and I used to love eating here regularly for the past 10 years under several new owners, love the food, however the most recent new owners were EXTREMELY disrespectful and rude to me and my entire family. We are RETIRED military, therefore did not get the 10% off, but pulled out our cell phone to check in on facebook for the 10% discount instead...not only did we not get the 10% discount, but one of the new owners said we were annoying him! Very unprofessional....will NOT be eating here again until new owners take over this place.
Check the dates on the other reviews, 2+ years old. There is new management and this now the best Chinese restaurant in town - bar none (I've tried them all)! Chinese, Sushi and even Mongolian Bar-B-Q. They are just completing a complete remodel and the place is bright shiny and all new! A MUST for anyone who loves Chinese in all its flavors.
The food is very good, my favorite is the aloo gobi and my son loves the butter chicken, yum!
Food was marginal at best, there was very little curry flavor in their curry. We tried it once, and won't be back.
Colorado Springs is lucky to have many good Indian/Nepalese restaurants, and Little Nepal is no slacker, probably my favorite buffet in town!
Although the food was undeniably good, the service was absolutely HORRIBLE. Our waiter was a swindler, plain and simple. He was extremely pushy with his up-selling approach, continuously attempting to mislead us into believing that several items he suggested were included in the price of the meal, when in fact there was a separate charge for each. It felt like we were at a used car sales lot rather than at dinner. Once we firmly declined his add-ons, he ignored our table for the rest of the night.
Enjoy the (delicious) food, but be wary and don't get tricked! Your bill will be through the roof before you know it. :)
Excellent lunch buffet during the week.
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Love the mix and match option that is their menu. Lot's of food for a great price. Thumbs up for the good ol' American mac 'n' cheese and their Asian noodle dishes (in all their varieties).
I just ate at this restaurant this evening. After taking my 2 grandchildren to the restroom -- I was unable to eat. Their women's restroom was DISGUSTING!!! The filth was unbelievable. I asked to talk to the manager. When I told her that the bathroom was disgusting, she just looked at me and NEVER EVEN SAID A WORD! I want everyone to know this, that I can possibly make contact with. DO NOT GO TO THE "EMPIRE ASIAN BUFFET" on the corner of Academy and Vickers. If their bathroom is that filthy, just imagine what the kitchen area looks like where they are preparing the food.
Little Nepal has the most beautiful and bountiful Indian Buffet in Springs. Everything is delicious and flavorful and they are always willing to accommodate special dietary needs. They also bring special shows and interests to the area from there homeland of Nepal which are always fun with there delicious buffet.
By far the best (indian) restaurant in town! All dishes I've had here, from mild to super spicy, are fresh and full of flavor. Highly recommended!
This is one restaurant where the buffet is almost as good as ordering off the menu. Whether you have experience with Indian food or don't know if you like it, go for the buffet to try it out. They seem to always have a fully stocked salad bar, tandoori chicken, naan bread, paneer, samosas, and mix up the curries and other veggie dishes. There is also always rice pudding and malpuda (deep fried pancakes in syrup). Find what you love and go back at dinner!
Order a lassi (mango is great!) to end the meal with a sweet Indian smoothie. Friendly, attentive staff, too.
Good lunch time choice. Big selection.
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